See Netscape Bookmarks In Columns

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Dafydd

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Back in the Netscape Communicator days of yore, when one clicked on Bookmarks, they would all appear on the screen at once, separated into columns.

Now, in 7.01, I only see one column which I must scroll (I have many bookmarks) to find what site I want to visit.

I discovered that I could columnate my program list (under the Windows Start button) by adding a single line to my Registry: under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\ Software\ Microsoft\ Windows\ CurrentVersion\ explorer\ Advanced, create a key titled StartMenuScrollPrograms and set it equal to FALSE. This causes all my programs to be visible at the same time, shown in multiple columns, when I select Start -> Programs.

Is there something similar in Netscape 7.01 for bookmarks? Can I add a line to the registry (or some other trick) such that, when I click Bookmarks, I will see them all displayed at once, separated into columns? It would be much more convenient than having to scroll.

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Dafydd

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Thanks for the suggestion... I can't find this specific question addressed in NETSCAPE SOLUTIONS; am I just missing it somehow?

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I don't have version 7 so I can not look.

The link was just to the web site and not a fix.
But a fix may still be there or go and ask at silly dog forum.
See link at above site.
 
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